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This series of 27 videos explore the varied ways a nurse will administer medications, drops, ointment and intravenous therapy. The Nursing Clinical Skills videos are designed to supplement the Clinical Skills Manual provide a practical demonstration of many of the skills/tasks required for nurses and related health care professionals working in the Australian health and community services sectors. The techniques and procedures contained in these videos are only to be performed by a qualified person under the ANMC competencies and within their scope of practice. Please note that the following videos are to be used as a guide only. Different institutions may use slightly different procedures, and procedures do change over time. Please refer to the policy and procedure manuals approved by your organisation. The Joanna Briggs best practice manual can be used as a reference for current procedural techniques.--Kanopy.

Nursing : administration of medications and intravenous therapy.

[San Francisco, California, USA] : Kanopy Streaming, 2014.

Nursing clinical skills

Produced by TAFE SA Learning Materials.

1. Administration of a commercial enema --2. Administration of a glycerine and oil enema --3. Administration of ear drops --4. Administration of eye drops --5. Administration of eye ointment --6. Administration of intramuscular injection --7. Administration of medication via a metered dose inhaler with spacer --8. Administration of medication via a metered dose inhaler --9. Administration of nasal sprays --10. Administration of nebulised medication --11. Administration of oral medication - Webster pack --12. Administration of oral medication liquid --13. Administration of oral medication tablets --14. Administration of oxygen by Hudson mask --15. Administration of oxygen by nasal cannula --16. Administration of yopical medication --17. Application of transdermal patch --18. DDA checking procedure --19. Inserting an evacuant medical rectal suppository --20. Patient controlled analgesia pump --21. Preparing medications from glass ampoule --22. Preparing medications from plastic ampoules --23. Intravenous (IV) therapy connect tubing to IV cannula --24. IV using a pump --25. Priming an IV line --26. Priming IV line with paediatric volume chamber --27. Removal of an intravenous cannula.

Originally produced by TAFE SA – TAFEshop Training Resources in 2011.

Originally produced [Adelaide, S. Aust], TAFE SA Learning Materials, c2011.

Mode of access: World Wide Web.

Kanopy (Firm)

Nursing clinical skills.
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